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Jayco, Inc. is entering the gasoline-powered Type A motorhome market with the launch of a new product line called Precept.

The Precept will initially be available in two models, 29-foot and 31-foot, and will be sold through authorized Jayco motorhome dealers worldwide.

Jayco Precept Type A motorhome“We have received numerous requests from both consumers and dealers about the need or a Jayco gasoline Class A motorhome," said John Ganyard, vice president and general manager of the Jayco Motorhome Group. "Our product management team has developed an exciting new product series that complements our Class C motorhome products. We fully anticipate that the Precept’s package of features and price will raise the eye brows of customers and dealers.”

The Precept comes with:
  • six-way powered driver and passenger seats;
  • an ergonomically-designed cockpit dash with burl wood accents and passenger computer work station;
  • lockable pass-through exterior storage compartments;
  • an Onan 4,000-watt MicroQuiet generator;
  • automatic hydraulic leveling jacks (Customer Value Package); and
  • an exterior Entertainment Center with built-in 40-inch LED TV (Customer Value Package).
The Precept is equipped with Jayco’s exclusive JRide ride and handling system (Customer Value Package), which features state-of-the-art shocks and suspensions systems.

Other standard features include:
  • LED lighting throughout;
  • spacious bathrooms with extra-large showers;
  • day/night solar screens in the living room, bathroom and bedroom;
  • solid-surface countertops; and
  • Washington Glazed Maple residential cabinetry.
The Precept is built on a Ford F-53 chassis and is powered by a 6.8-liter Triton V-10 engine mated to a five-speed TorqShift automatic transmission.

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